|“God is in the details” Ludwig Mies van der RoheFresh Arrangements – visit the galleries
From exquisitely detailed paveés, to sexy monobotanical masses, we use only the freshest & most fabulous flowers available. We use the highest quality locally grown flowers from our local Auction and local organic garden,s as well as flowers imported from farms around the world that meet our strict code of ethical and environmental standards and practices.
The vessels we use range from simple, classic clear glass and white glass, to locally hand made Martha Sturdy white marble resin, Claire Madill slip cast porcelain, and whatever we can find that we love that is made in locally. You are always welcome to bring your own vases in for us to fill with flowers, whether it is for your own home, or to send as a gift.
Weddings – visit the galleries
When you are planning your wedding, you rely on the knowledge, creativity and professionalism of all your vendors. Your flowers and décor are a vital expression of your own personality. With over 20 yrs. experience we have worked at pretty much all of the most popular wedding venues. Our tiniest wedding was $500, and our grandest was $100,000. From Mason Jars to crystal candelabras, we can help you make it your own.
Consultations are by appointment, so we can give you our full attention. Please call or email for further information. For more information on wedding consultations, please read an article Hilary wrote for Real Weddings Magazine, with detailed information we need to know before we can give you a complete and realistic quote.
|Corporate and Special Events – visit the galleries
From an exquisitely intimate dinner party, to the grand opulence of a ballroom affair, let us plan the flowers to ensure a beautiful event. Corporate events? With a client list including Call or emailfor more information.Press – visit the Press galleryFor a sample of our past articles and pictorials please visit the galleries.
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Winter/Spring 2012: Canadian Bride & Groom Magazine
December 2011 Canadian House & Home (Jack & Darlene Poole Home)
(December 2006) Architectural Digest (Patricia Gray Interiors)